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Museum Location / Hours

The Heritage Center
Corner of 3rd and Main
P.O. Box 24
Crowley, CO 81033
Phone/Fax: 719.267.3384
Directions to Museum

Monday - Friday:
Mornings: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Museum tours by appointment
Call: 719-469-7874

Senior Ladies

The ladies of Crowley County get together every Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the Heritage Center for coffee and conversation. Come join the excitement!


Board Meetings

Just a reminder! Every second Tuesday of the month the Town of Crowley hold its board meetings at 7:00 p.m. Make plans to attend to keep up with what is happening in YOUR community.


2021 Holiday Closures

Independence Day - Sun.-Mon.,  July 4-5
Thanksgiving - Thurs.-Fri,  Nov. 25-26

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about Crowley County and your family?  Click HERE to see how we can help.


Heritage Society Membership

Donations, and memorial donations can all be made online!!!

We are Crowley County

Crowley County is located in the high plains of Southern Colorado.Ordway, the County seat, lies about 50 miles east of Pueblo at the intersection of U.S. Highway 96 and Colorado 71. Crowley County is bordered on the south by the Arkansas River and Otero County, on the east by Kiowa County, on the North by Lincoln County, and on the west by Pueblo County.

Established in 1911, Crowley County covers 802 square miles of rolling prairie and is populated with about 5,518 farmers, ranchers, and other hard working people. farmThe varied ethnic population lends to the countys open-minded attitude toward cultural blending.Time has not distorted the values or ethics of those who live here. The work ethic and dedication is as strong now as when the settlers started tilling the land in the late 19th century. The low cost of living and peaceful lifestyle make Crowley County a secret haven among Colorados front range communities. The communities of Olney Springs, Crowley, Ordway, and Sugar City all lie along the rail and Colorado highway 96 corridor north of the Arkansas River.


The county experiences a favorable climate year around.
Average annual rainfall: 11.2 inches
Average annual snowfall: 21.46 inches
Mean January Temperature: 25.5 degrees
Mean July Temperature: 74.7 degrees
Sunshine: 300 days per year





CCHC Brochure

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Heritage Center Disclaimer

The information and content on this site has been prepared by volunteers with diligence, love and great care, but is not guaranteed to be fully accurate or complete. If there is any misspelling or inaccuracy, we insist on your assistance. Please notify Annette Barber at the Heritage Society by e-mail. We'll do our best to correct any errors time permitting.